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Iain Rennie

State Services Commissioner

State Services Commission

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State Services Commission

Background Information

Employment History

Member, Office of the Leader

Office of the Leader of the Opposition


Affiliations

ANZSOG Foundation

Board Member


The Treasury

Deputy Secretary To the Treasury


IPAA

Board Member


Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management

Board Member


Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management/CAPAM

Board Member


CAPAM

Board Member


Education

BA

Economics

Victoria University of Wellington


Web References(96 Total References)


Board | Australia and New Zealand School of Government

www.anzsog.edu.au [cached]

Mr Iain Rennie, State Services Commissioner, New Zealand State Services Commission


www.nzherald.co.nz

But State Services Commissioner Mr Rennie's $610,000 to $619,999 pay package was eclipsed by those of several other public sector bosses, including NZ Super Fund chief executive Adrian Orr, who received $800,000 to $809,999 in the year to June, according to the commission's report on executive remuneration.
"Chief executive remuneration requires a careful balance between ensuring we can attract and retain highly qualified and skilled leaders for New Zealand's public institutions while being prudent and restrained when spending public money," said Mr Rennie yesterday. He is on notice from State Services Minister Paula Bennett for botching the departure of Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority chief executive Roger Sutton, who resigned last month after an investigation into claims he sexually harassed female staff members. Mr Rennie said the average increase in base salary for public service chief executives was 2.8 per cent. State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie. His own pay, however, which is set by the Remuneration Authority, rose by 8 per cent. • 6. Iain Rennie - State Services Commission: $610,000 to $619,999


www.scoop.co.nz

State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie, who ordered the investigation, said Ms Rebstock had a "strong suspicions" that a temporary clerical assistant working at the State Services Commission (SSC) leaked the three cabinet papers, but the investigation was unable to find "definitively" who was responsible.
Ms Rebstock's view was that it was not appropriate to name the leaker because there was still an "degree of doubt" and because the individual was a junior staff member, Mr Rennie said. Mr Rennie said he was "extremely saddened" that the leak may have come from the SSC and that changes had been made to improve the way sensitive information was handled. Mr Rennie said he would not talk publicly about persons X,Y, and Z referred to in the report, nor whether he had talked to public sector Chief Executives about whether there they had since employed staff members who had leaked the report. He understood the change process could be challenging for staff but he expected them to voice their concerns through the "proper channels".


www.scoop.co.nz

State Services Minister Jonathan Coleman announced today that State Services Commissioner, Iain Rennie, has been reappointed for a three-year term.
"Iain Rennie is leading the public service through a period of significant change," Dr Coleman says. Iain Rennie has served as State Services Commissioner since 1 July 2008. He was Deputy State Services Commissioner from February 2007. Mr Rennie came to the State Services Commission from the Treasury where he gained experience in a range of macroeconomic advisory roles prior to being appointed as a manager in 1993. Between 1997 and 2007 Mr Rennie held three deputy secretary positions within Treasury.


China Advanced Leadership Program | Australia and New Zealand School of Government

anzsog.edu.au [cached]

Iain Rennie, State Services Commissioner, State Services Commission, New Zealand


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